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LAPPG Offers Volumetric Technology Panel with VFA

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The Los Angeles Post-Production Group (LAPPG) is offering a free Zoom panel this Wednesday, April 14, starting at 5 PM PDT, titled Demystifying Volumetric with Members of the Volumetric Format Association.

You can (and must) register for the meeting here, with the first 100 attendees to “arrive” to the Zoom being admitted first. Once capacity is reached, any spill-over will still be able to watch the livestream on LAPPG’s YouTube channel. (Past panels are archived there for reference.) When you go to register, it’s important to register using your real name, valid Email address and current phone number as there will be a giveaway. This information will allow LAPPG to reach out to you if you win the giveaway. You must stay until the end of the event, though, in order to qualify.

The description of the panel and the participants are provided below:

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DEMYSTIFYING VOLUMETRIC WITH MEMBERS OF THE VOLUMETRIC FORMAT ASSOCIATION

Join ZEISS and Verizon – two founding board members of the Volumetric Format Association (VFA) – for an introduction to Volumetric Video at the April 14, 2021 online Los Angeles Post  Production Meeting at 5pm PDT. This cutting-edge process has become more prevalent in Film  and Gaming in recent years as a means of creating an immersive experience for the viewer.

Gain insight into the current technologies supporting the Volumetric ecosystem from acquisition to playback, and learn how they are utilized in real world applications.

 

Speakers include:

Snehal Patel, Head of Cinema Sales, ZEISS
Denny Breitenfeld, Director of Volumetric Technology, Verizon & VFA President

 

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